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Grant began [[pro]] publishing with Grant-Hadley Enterprises in 1945 and founded a series of [[small presses]], including [[Centaur Press]] in 1970 and culminating in the importnant [[small press]] [[Donald M. Grant, Publisher]], Inc. in 1964.  He published the [[fanzine]] ''[[Apollo]]'' in the 40s.
 
Grant began [[pro]] publishing with Grant-Hadley Enterprises in 1945 and founded a series of [[small presses]], including [[Centaur Press]] in 1970 and culminating in the importnant [[small press]] [[Donald M. Grant, Publisher]], Inc. in 1964.  He published the [[fanzine]] ''[[Apollo]]'' in the 40s.
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Latest revision as of 13:24, 14 February 2020

(April 3, 1927 -- August 19, 2009)

Grant began pro publishing with Grant-Hadley Enterprises in 1945 and founded a series of small presses, including Centaur Press in 1970 and culminating in the importnant small press Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. in 1964. He published the fanzine Apollo in the 40s.

Awards, Honors and GoHships:


Person Reasonator Search 19272009
Also involved with: Ken Krueger - NESFA Press - New Frontiers - Robert K. Wiener - Roy G. Krenkel - Thomas P. Hadley - Time and Chance
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